Hotel Colorado

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At this 1893 hotel, witnesses say that the elevator works by itself, doors open and close on their own, and there is a phantom smell of cigat smoke in the lobby. The apparition of a little girl in Victorian clothing has been seen on the staircase, and if that weren’t enough, the ghost of a murdered chambermaid is said to materialize in the Devereux room at night.

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Geographic Information

Address:
526 Pine St
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
United States

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GPS:
39.5507909, -107.32433000000003
County:
Garfield County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Glenwood Springs, CO (0.0 mi.)
Chacra, CO (6.7 mi.)
Cattle Creek, CO (7.2 mi.)
New Castle, CO (11.4 mi.)
Carbondale, CO (11.9 mi.)
Catherine, CO (13.5 mi.)
Dotsero, CO (15.6 mi.)
El Jebel, CO (16.5 mi.)
Silt, CO (17.7 mi.)
Basalt, CO (20.0 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://hotelcolorado.com/

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  1. My husband and I went there for our honeymoon with no recollection of this place being haunted, in fact I found out today. I was looking for haunted places to visit in Colorado and this hotel popped up and it explains so much. We stayed in a king sweet. Newly remodeled but had a unsettling feeling. I’d come back from being out and my stuff would be moved. But it was when nobody was there. I thought my husband was at the door but no one was there….I totally want to go back!!

  2. I stayed there when I was about 10. There were 5 of us in the room and all of us were up all night. The rocking chair would rock, the water on the end table would shake, my brothers bear flew across the room. We were scared and now that I’m grown I want to go back.

  3. Stayed here multiple times, and every time there was a new experience. The heavy smell of perfume in the floor of the chambermaid, lights flickered, my mom heard a train whistle even though there wasnt one at night, the sound of the grand piano playing at 3am even though they don’t let anyone play it after 10. There were many more thrilling experiences such as a shrilling scream and a door slam that only me and the ghost tour lady seemed to hear. This is also a beautiful hotel.

  4. I have stayed here over a couple of weeks and I just found out they where haunted! It explains so much! My grandma and I stayed in a room that smelt like smoke and sometimes perfume. I was in the elevator by my self a I got an uneasy feeling. It doesn’t help that there is a mirror in the elevator too. I turned to look at the elevator mirror and there was a face not my own in the mirror it scared me so much. That night i was scared to go to bed and I don’t know if it was me dreaming or it was real I SWEAR I SAW A GROWN MAN IN THE CLOSET. It could have been the Native Americans but it was a grown man.

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